As a profitable beast to the grazier, and the feeder, nothing can equal them in early maturity and excellence.
Here the grazier takes them over and drives them out to pasture.
Her father was a grazier, her grandfather had been a butcher, but that was all nothing.
A very small stock for a vee-boor, or South African grazier.
When a cow or buffalo is in milk the grazier often gets the milk one day out of four or five.
But it was not true: Forster's father was a large "grazier" or dealer in cattle.
Then a man walked up the road—a man dressed like a farmer or grazier, rotund, strongly-built, cheerful-looking.
He was industrious in all, and at last became a grazier (mercante di manzi).
Mr Reid, Greystone, has attained the highest position as a feeder and grazier amongst British agriculturists.
As regards the kangaroo, matters are apt to become very serious for the grazier.